Dying Is My Business Spotted in the Wild

Writing a book is often a grueling, terrible experience, but seeing the finished product on bookshelves is a much better one! Why, it almost makes it worthwhile!

Court Street B&N

Here is my latest novel, Dying Is My Business, at the Court Street Barnes & Noble in Brooklyn! Right between Robin Sloan and Junot Diaz? I’ll take it! These copies are now signed, by the way. Go get ’em, Brooklynites!

Union Square B&N

Here it is at the Union Square Barnes & Noble in Manhattan. Their stock is signed now, too. Go pick one up, Manhattanites! Also, if you’re looking for Dying Is My Business and can’t find it in the Science Fiction & Fantasy section, that’s because B&N is stocking it in Fiction & Literature. What, doesn’t all literary fiction have magic spells, undead ninjas, gargoyles, and a dragon that lives in the sewer?

author copies

Also: author copies!

In related news, don’t forget the launch tonight at 7 p.m. at WORD in Greenpoint, Brooklyn! Be there or be…somewhere else, but you really should be there!


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